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How secure are EB-5 investments?

The amount of risk involved in an EB-5 investment depends wholly on the project and, if applicable, the regional center. While all EB-5 investments must be considered “at risk” in order to comply with the EB-5 Program, careful due diligence should be conducted to determine how much financial and immigration risk a given project carries. Good projects carry virtually zero immigration risk and very little financial risk; others may be quite risky. Consulting qualified, third party professionals—such as due diligence experts and immigration attorneys with EB-5 experience—can help investors navigate the EB-5 market to find low-risk projects.